From Disney and Tim Burton's hit film "The Nightmare Before Christmas," Danny Elfman's quirky, spooky tune is a terrific program choice for both Halloween and holiday-themed concerts. Students will be
Your young string players will love playing this arrangement from the long-awaited movie! From the pen of John Williams, Hedwig's Theme and Harry's Wondrous World combine to make this a
You can't go wrong with this one! Music from a hit movie, composed by John Williams and arranged for your orchestra by Michael Story! The main themes have been wrapped up into one dynamic medley for your
The intense melodic theme throughout utilizes simple 16th note double-stop passages. The strong melodic material for the lower strings and beautifully haunting middle section will capture the imagination of
For Halloween or any scary time, this eerie, yet easy piece remains on the G, D, and A strings in first position and reinforces F natural on the D string for all instruments. Add skits and theatrics and,
Imagine two zombies dancing a zombie tango! This would make a great piece for Halloween, or anytime zombie fever is taking over your school.
This familiar theme was found in both Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. This exciting music captures the stories' adventurous flavor, and
This dark, rich and mysterious piece would fit perfectly on a Halloween concert or festival. This is the kind of music students love to play.
Each section plays the melody in this spooky D minor composition. With great opportunities for rhythmic skills, the piece includes hand percussion and space for haunted castle sounds.
Perfect for your fall concert, here is a piece that has spooky lyrics to teach the rhythms in the easy melodic line. Upper string parts are doubled, and the cello part doubles the bass line. Everyone gets
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